Why is it that you cannot use cygwin?
email@example.com ("Maur cio") wrote in message
> I've been working on a project where I have to write many shell scripts.
> I would like to use scheme (scsh or guile seems good options) to do that,
> but I need a native windows version (cygwin is not an option). I had to
> learn Ruby (which is nice, but I don't like it very much).
> What would be the problems involved in compiling scsh on Windows? I
> understand there's a lot of unix behaviors that do not work the same way on
> Windows, but that's also true for Ruby. Has anyone tried that? Is it just
> impossible or it's something easily doable if someone needs it?